YouNot all of us pastors have the luxury of having a full worship band, pianist and an ear for music. Let’s face it, some of us reading this article right … Continue reading 10 Ministry Tools for the Non-Musically Inclined Pastor.
“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.” -Michelangelo … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Where Are We Going?
“Officer’s Covenant: ‘Called By God…’” The Officer’s Covenant begins with one statement that carries through the rest of the Covenant: “Called by God…”. This is the foundation from which … Continue reading Perspectives: Featuring Lieutenant Blake Fewell
“Here is the principle – adapt your measures to the necessity of the people to whom you minister. You are to take the Gospel to them in such modes and … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Answering The Call
“We are not sent to minister to a congregation and be content if we keep things going. We are sent to make war…and to stop short of nothing but the … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Convenience or War?
“The hope of the Army is in the penitent form. As soon as that goes out of use, we go out” (General Albert Orsborn) We call it the Mercy Seat, … Continue reading Dear Salvationists, The Mercy Seat
Dear Salvation Army, What we do day in and day out matters in our world. Don’t ever forget why we do what we do. If we ever lose sight of … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army – Matters Of The Heart
Today we ponder The Salvation Army’s quote of “Saved to Save” and why I don’t necessarily agree with it. Clarification: I am not discounting the fact that God can save … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Why I Don’t Agree With “Saved to Save”